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Women in Leadership

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Omaha Women's Fund

on 14 November 2016

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Transcript of Women in Leadership

Leadership Landscape
Omaha's
Participants
The
National
Picture
Nationally,
women are
under-represented at every level
of the corporate pipeline.
The Pay Gap in
Nebraska
Nebraska Women
by
Occupation
Type
While most
major
corporations

have women
on their board,
men still make
up more than
80%
of board
positions in
Omaha.
IT'S CLEAR:

RELATIONSHIPS MATTER
IN OMAHA.
But in our community, not all have
equal access
to beneficial relationships that help them succeed.
Action Steps
Community
Organizational
Individual
The Power to Make Omaha a Leader in Gender Equity in the Workplace Rests with Each of Us.
We know that we observe growth in productivity, output, mission adherence, and problem solving when everyone in a community is encouraged to succeed to their highest potential.
Community
Welcoming and Inclusive Leadership Landscape
Organizational
Evaluate Professional Pipeline for Unconscious Bias
Disparities increase as level
of authority increases.
The
Local
Snapshot

In
Nebraska
, 65% of women
participate in the labor force.

Local data shows that Omaha
is still
far from gender equity
in the workplace.
Median Income in
Omaha
Women in the
Board Room
Current
Organizational

Climate
BEING A LEADER IN OUR
COMMUNITY REQUIRES VALUING,
LISTENING TO, AND LIFTING UP OTHERS.
This can be achieved by
emphasizing work-life balance,
collaboration, and advocating
for young potential.
Individual
Leadership
Development
BECOMING A LEADER IN OMAHA
TAKES DRIVE, PERSISTENCE, INTEGRITY,
AND WILLINGNESS TO TAKE
RISKS FROM DAY ONE.
For many women,
focus and
intentionality
are particularly
important in seeking success.
Eliminate Barriers
Foster Advancement
Individual
Map your career trajectory
Fill gaps, engage with mentors
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